Manhattan Wildlife Association

 

Hunters Education

Bob Logar (406) 284-3087

Hunters Education

 

Bob Logar (406) 284 – 3087

 

2014

Hunter Education Schedule

 

Manhattan Wildlife Association is hosting Spring, Summer & Fall Hunter Education classes this year. 

 

 

The twenty hour course includes instruction in wildlife management, firearms safety, hunter ethics, game identification, survival techniques and more. Participants must complete the entire program to receive their hunter education certificate (must attend all sessions). 

 

Need to be 11 years old at time of class.  Under Montana law, all residents born after January 1st 1985 must have a hunter education certificate in order to purchase a hunting license.

 

Participation in the class is encouraged, whether you plan to hunt or not, to learn proper firearms safety and handling.

Preregistration is required (at Fish Wildlife Association Website):

 

Class is limited to 50 participants.  A parent or guardian must attend preregistration for those under the age of 18 years old. 

 

The course will be taught by Bob Logar, John Steele, Jim Aughney, Chuck Wambeke, Dale Kober, Walt Gordon, Fred King and Mel Kieninger.  Instructors are volunteers and there is no charge for the class. 

 

 Manhattan Hunters Education

 

 Spring Hunter Education Session

April 14, 15 & 18 – 7 to 9 PM

April 21, 22 & 25 – 7 to 9 PM

April 26 – 8:30 AM to 4 PM

 

 Summer Hunter Education Session

July 21, 22, 24, 25 – 6 to 9 PM

July 26 – 8:30 AM to 4 PM

 

Bob Logar

Hunters Education Instructor

Manhattan

284-3087 (h)

 

Bozeman Hunters Education (Field Days)

 

April 12th Bozeman Hunters Education Field Day

September 13th Bozeman Hunters Education Field Day

September 27th for the online student field day.

 

Holly & Jim Johnson

Bozeman Hunter Education

 

Belgrade Hunters Education (Field Days)

 

March 22nd for Belgrade Hunters Education Field Day

 

Dennis Gentry

Belgrade Hunters Education

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